Depressed after the passing of his father, Dharamraj; as well as his gorgeous girlfriend ditching him, Mumbai-based businessman Aditya Kashyap takes a BEST bus, goes to Chatrapati Shivaji Train Terminus, and boards a train. This is where he meets Geet Kaur Dhillon, who is returning home to Bhatinda, and who pays for his ticket. At Bar Nagar, he decides to leave, but she follows him, missing her train. They manage to get a ride to Ratlam, miss the train again, but eventually make it to Bhatinda. Once there, he gets to meet her family; her pretty sister, Roop; as well as her to-be betrothed, Manjeet Singh Mann. Before the engagement could be finalized, she manages to convince her family that she wants to marry Aditya, and they welcome him with open arms. Before he could take stock of these new developments, she elopes with him - not to get married - but to re-locate to Manali - where her true love, Anshuman, is waiting, and who she hopes to get married to.
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Robert B (au) wrote: The Lunchbox is a moving drama with a gentle touch. The story and characters feel simple and real, pensive but not melancholy. The film is about two people trying to make a connection in a world of tension and contradiction. Indian metropolitan culture presents as bustling and quiet, crowded with great distance, its people being wistful yet responsible. The Lunchbox is a very relatable film and one I believe to have universal appeal.
suraya x (ag) wrote: boleh r..really enjoyed it..
David S (fr) wrote: Has its share of well-done noir moments, but the movie begins to fall apart in its second half because it diffuses its tension with too many subplots.
vieras e (ru) wrote: This film is based on Kathryn Bolkovac's attempt to expose DynCorp's (Democra in the movie) sex trafficking of minors in Bosnia and is everything but an easy watch. Too bad they chose to fictionalise so much of the story.
emily h (kr) wrote: i liked the band but the movie was boring and luci liu was weird, lame
Felipe F (br) wrote: Little Miss Sunshines witty and sharp script brings out the best of its remarkable cast - the tender Collette, the ironic Carell, the intense Dano, the hilarious Arkin, the resolute Kinnear and the adorable Breslin - resulting in a touching, funny and resonant comedy.
Randy P (nl) wrote: Sick, depressing, shameful, repulsive trash.There is no need for this film to exist, except for the reason to please deeply disturbed people.
Joshua A (au) wrote: rest in peace Gram, you are sadly missed
Stanley C (de) wrote: Having been made only with a familiar script concerning just economic woes and gang violence, 8 Mile proves to have been unprepared to transfer from radio industry to film industry.
Thomas H (us) wrote: I saw that on TV ages ago by accident. I just stopped everything I was doing and kept on watching until the end. It took years before I got to know the title and some more years to find the dvd but it was on the top of my must-have list. Now that I have it I just sink in every now and then and still find it amazingly intriguing.
Lilo C (gb) wrote: RUNAWAY! HOLLY FUK cannt believe I watched Mickey MOTHERFUCKER Rourke Movie.
Baurushan J (mx) wrote: The story is about Jack Ryan once again played by Harrison Ford who is assigned to try and hunt a Colombian drug cartel after the villain murdered a close friend of the President. When Ryan discovers that the President's wealthy friend was in league with the cartel, a secret paramilitary force is sent to wipe out the drug lords. The force is captured by who cares. Jack works alongside a renegade operative named Clark played by Willem Dafoe. I swear, the villain/s in this movie is so boring and forgettable that I couldn't care less about them. They were barely in the movie. Ford is better as Jack Ryan. The 1990s cheesiness is visible and the patriotism is back and visible also that Patriot Games lost unfortunately. The Clear And Present Danger gets a weak 6/10.
Luke A (es) wrote: Metropolitan's exclusive vibe gets pretty fucking tiresome, but it is almost justified by its humorous pretentiousness. For a movie about people nobody cares about, it sure does a good job of putting one into the shoes of them. This movie doesn't have to relate to anyone directly, all it means to do it relate it to human nature in general, either rich or poor.... The underlying message is what should prevail.
Cristya B (mx) wrote: Wow this is a total blast from the past. I think I was still working at a movie rental place when it came out on DVD... it's just awful, but so much fun any way!
Jarrett S (ag) wrote: Fessenden forgot to write in any sort of point into this movie.Boring, uninteresting characters, uninteresting plot, and he turned the Wendigo into some sort of generic vengeful spirit and kinda forgot that cannibalism is its main deal.
Eric M (kr) wrote: i don't own this one yet !!
Andr D (jp) wrote: Basada en la novela de Carson McCullers, "Reflections In A Golden Eye" es un trabajo que no logra salir avante, pese a tener un gran director como lo es John Huston y dos monstruos de la actuacin, como lo son Marlon Brando y Elizabetrh Taylor. El pesado simbolismo, la sobreactuacin de Brando y los personajes que parecen bosquejos de personas, hacen de este relato acerca de un mayor del ejrcito tratando de sobrellevar su reprimida homosexualidad, un trabajo noble pero fallido.